Consumer Reports online published a short piece yesterday titled "Four Disappearing Cars we'll Miss in 2019"
The cars are the big Cadillac CT6, the similar size Chevy Malibu, the sporty Ford Fiesta ST (and only the ST) -- and the Ford C-max hybrid.
The C-Max hatchback started its life in Europe before it came to the U.S. Like GM, Ford is also cutting back on car models in favor of more popular (and more profitable) SUVs and pickup trucks. We found the C-Max to be an appealing all-around package. It combines the fuel efficiency of its standard hybrid powertrain with the practicality of a tall, small wagon. Based on the Ford Focus, the C-Max handles nimbly, rides comfortably, and feels substantial. It packs an impressive amount of room and utility into a small footprint. Its tall stance and low entry height make for easy access, and the cabin is airy and spacious."
Seems about right. I brought a 10' long 3/4" pvc pipe home yesterday in the C-max - it just fit diagonally, with a bit of flex. Not long before that it hauled a big boxed recliner chair home from the store. Meanwhile it is comfortable to ride in.